It wasn’t students who boarded one of Greenport’s school buses Wednesday, but teachers. Specifically, it was the 12 new hires that are about to begin their first year in the district who were treated to a tour of the village in which they’ll soon teach. READ
A water quality test recently performed at Greenport schools found that 19 of the district’s water fountains and sinks contained traces of lead, district officials announced Tuesday.
The Greenport School District is looking to upgrade building security and add classroom technology with money provided from the 2014 Smart Schools Investment Act. READ
Congratulations to the following students.
Normally, when someone hears a truck driving around town ringing a bell, they assume ice cream is right around the corner.
That won’t necessarily be the case this summer in Greenport.
While their peers across the North Fork tossed their caps Saturday, as has become tradition Greenport’s senior class had to wait an extra day to graduate. READ
The Greenport School District was recently awarded a grant worth up to $60,000 from Project Fit America, a nonprofit organization that “creates and administers exemplary fitness in education programming in elementary and middle schools,” according to its website.
The Polish Town Civic Association crowned its 2016 queen, Stephanie Clark of Greenport, on Sunday. READ
Greenport and Southold high school students performed in a special presentation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest at Greenport School auditorium Thursday morning.
Joe McInnis was fully prepared last Wednesday when the time came for his presentation to students in a science research class at Southold High School.
After all, the Greenport eighth-grader had already given a similar presentation on his work with honeybees to a group of adults at the New York State Histotechnological Society in Albany.